H.M. Patterson & Son-Canton Hill Chapel

1157 Old Canton Road Ne, Marietta, GA


Michelle Lynne Stevens

December 20, 1968February 10, 2020

Our beloved mother, wife, sister and friend Michelle Lynne Stevens, 51, passed away Monday February 10, 2020. Preceding her in death was her mother Sylvia Stansberry, stepfather Leonard Stansberry, brother Andy Stover & her father Ronald Stover. She is survived by her children Blake and Bryce, her husband Ryan, brother Dan Stover (fiancé Kayla), sister Cathy Finney (husband Jim) and brother Randy Weisland (wife Wendy). She grew up in a variety of places; born at Hamilton Air Force Base in California, lived in Nebraska, Arkansas and graduated High School in Hobbs New Mexico. She spent several years in Houston, TX, attending the Houston Art Institute and it was there she met her lifelong friends Tanya & Sevan. She moved back to Nebraska in 1998 where she met Ryan and in May of 2000, they moved to Marietta, GA and started their family. Michelle loved her family! She adored her children and showered them with love and taught them how to have fun. She loved life, loved people, loved all animals, including stuffed fluffy ones and especially Pomeranians...Gizmo, Coco & Sami. She loved clothes and fashion and perfected this art and passion with every “deal” she could find in any thrift store or high end retailer. She loved music and laughter she was “the life of the party” and a Beautiful Spirit. A memorial service will be held later in Nebraska and her remains will be released to her favorite spot on earth, the ocean. Her soul is in Heaven, she is healed to perfection and our forever Angel. Memorial contributions can be made to: Recycled Poms-Houston, 23 Artesia Conroe, TX 77304 (www.houstonrecycledpoms.org)


Michelle Lynne Stevens

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Jennifer Chavez Kennedy

February 19, 2020

My children and I have the most wonderful memories of time spent with Michelle, Ryan, Blake and Bryce in Marietta GA. All the birthday parties and celebrations we shared over the years. Michelle and I had booths on the Marietta Square together and Michelle contributed greatly to my love of all things vintage. She always had a smile, a sweet laugh and a love for her family and friends. My deepest condolences, prayers, love and hugs to Ryan, Blake and Bryce.